new places to discovercar-free
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new places to discover car-free
free e-book of Scenic Rail & Bus Journeys
win a bottle of prosecco or a £10 rail voucher
An hour from London by train, there are some hidden gems hiding here among the thatched villages beside the River Ouse.
A cruise on the Ouse or a bus trip into the Howardian Hills, a walk on the city walls or a ride on a steam train: Roman York has lots of car-free experiences to enjoy.
Cycle downriver to Grantchester, catch a train to see Shepreth’s red pandas or hop on the bus to visit bird-haunted lakes at Fen Drayton.
Enjoy boat trips, waterside walks, museums, gardens, parks, panoramas and – yes - baths in Bath. And reach them all without a car.
Half an hour south of the centre of London, you can some beautiful walking country: flowering parkland, historic commons, woods and nature reserves.
Historic house and gardens set in spectacular landscaped parkland on the edge of the Cotswolds.
Car-free offer: 30% off with train or bus ticket
St Laurence is one of just four remaining medieval churches in Birmingham.
Car-free offer: free entry
Avoid the traffic and stroll through Oxford’s streets on foot; find flowering meadows, stride out along the Thames or ride a bus to Blenheim Palace.
Ride the AD122 scenic bus into Hadrian's Wall Country in Northumberland National Park
Car-free offer: 10% off entry to Roman attractions on the AD122 route with your bus ticket
Peterborough’s cathedral is 900 years old in 2018. Celebrate by visiting the city for a stroll through history. Ride a steam train by the River Nene or take a boat trip on the lake.
A magnificent historic house, near York, with ornate interiors and artworks, set in 100 acres of parkland and landscaped gardens
Car-free offer: £3.45 off entry, when you show bus ticket
Fort William is famous for energetic adventures, but you don’t have to climb Ben Nevis for great views. Enjoy Highland scenery by train, bus or boat.
Discover codebreakers at Bletchley Park, pilgrimages with John Bunyan, pastries with sweet and savoury ends, and a lovely tea room in a Victorian station house.
Maritime Harwich is full of beach huts and lighthouses and the railway journey there, along the beautiful Stour estuary, is an adventure in itself.
Britain’s oldest recorded Roman town is now one of its fastest-growing towns. Explore centuries of history and catch the bus to bluebell woods or beach huts.
Plenty of people living in beautiful Ely don’t have cars – it’s easy to get around town on foot and the riverside station is a railway hub.
Look out for the Good Journey Mark – where car-free visitors are welcome and enjoy a discount